Blue Racer Wins Mexican Stakes: Filly from Livingston Stable Runs Game Race in Sunday Feature at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-23


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BLUE RACER WINS MEXICAN STAKES. Filly from Livingston Stable Runs Game Race in Sunday Feature .it Juarez. El Paso, Tex.. February 22. The big crowd of racing enthusiasts that visited Juarez today saw Jefferson Livingstons colors carried to victory in the Mexican Selling Stakes for two-year-olds, the stellar feature of an attractive card, by Blue Racer, a speedy lilly which Mose Goldblatt, manager and trainer of the Livingston stable, purchased just before the juvenile racing began here iu January. Blue Racer was making weight concessions to her opponents today and showed gameness in coming from behind at the end to beat out Josetiua Zarate and Lady Capricious, tin, pacemakers. Eddie Tap-IIu handled her to the utmost advantage and his skill played no inconsiderable part in the outcome of the race. Blue Racer was at all times an odds-on favorite and went to the post well backed. Panhachapl, from the Newman stable, ruled favorite for the opening dash and was backed to the exclusion of everything else. She made the pace until well into the stretch and then was passed by Lemon Joe and Evran. The former, well handled by jockey Ford, scored an easy victory. Jefferson Livingstons Anytime was served up as a short-priced favorite for the second race, but ran in last position all the way. Seymour Veil-iers Chrislopliiue, the second choice, was returned the winner. The mile handicap which tigured as the secondary feature of the card was won by Black-Eyed Sus:m in a hard drive with Belle of Bryn Mawr and Truly. The wiuner was so well backed that she went to the post joint favorite with Truly. Jockey Neylon brought the well-backed third choice. El Pato, from a long way back to win the lifth race. At the end he just ran away from his opposition and his winning margiu was four lengths. Tyree and Goldtiun, the joint favorites, were botli unplaced. The closing dash went to the well-supported favorite. Curlicue, which gave the lirst choices half of the card. The saddle honors of the afternoon fell to W. W. Taylor, who piloted Christophine and Black-Eyed Susan to victory. F. Boughsman advanced Curlicue, winner of the closing Tace, from bis entered price of 00 to . The horse was bid In by L. W. Hicks.

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